What the hell?

'I like the cut of your jib'

a far more ridiculous (and therefore better) version of "I like your style". Originally used by pirates in the 17th century, the expression refers to the forward sail on most ships. The course and speed of a ship is determined by the cut of the ships 'jib' so, basically, if you like the cut of someone's jib, you like the way they are heading.

2 Nov 2009

31 October 2009 Liverpool City Centre

Radia, 22

Jessica, 15

Amy 13 and Georgie 12

Eddie, 18

Jay, 21

Yihang Jiang, 20 and Li Ning,  20

Ste, 29

Stephanie, 20 and Rupert, 18

1 comment:

Cassette88 said...

For a blog with one post... you guys nailed it... I rather like the cut of your jib (and Jay, and Radia, and Yihang)'s...